Most dental professionals do not recommend using super glue to repair dentures. Some of the ingredients in super glue are toxic, and they do not hold up well in wet conditions, such as those in the mouth. Super glue may ... More »

According to Oral Health Care Zone, dental repair glue is made out of sodium carboxymethylcellulose and vinyl ether-malevich anhydrade copolymer. There are certain denture adhesives that contain zinc to provide a greater... More »

It may be possible to fix broken dentures with superglue or a denture repair kit. In most cases, however, it is best to have broken dentures repaired by a dentist or other experienced professional. More »

A person can use crazy glue to fix dentures when time doesn't allow for alternatives, according to WebMD. Professional repairs are recommended, however, as most patients cannot refit the tooth correctly. More »

Snap-on dentures are secured to the jaw using implant snaps instead of glue or adhesive to keep the dentures in place. The implant snaps are anchored in the jaw bone. More »

Super glue, or a denture repair kit purchased from a brick and mortar store, may both be used to fix a tooth that has fallen out of dentures, according to the Texas Denture Clinic. It is not recommended to repair cracked... More »

Epoxy may be used to repair dentures that have been broken into two or more pieces. For dentures that have merely been chipped, super glue is often a better choice. More »